Our classifieds page serves as a forum to post and search for classified information. Individuals seeking employment opportunities; physicians who are currently seeking employees, partners, or associates; those selling practices or equipment; or to promote an upcoming conference may email their listings to Lauren Heberling and complete and fax the Classified Rate Card and Agreement to 614.267.9191.
Continuing Medical Education
Integrated Care at NEOMED (IC@N) Project ECHO: Solving Clinical Problems and Changing Lives Together
The Integrated Care at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) Project ECHO program (IC@N) is an interprofessional virtual learning community that enhances and expands the capacity of local clinicians to address multiple specialized health conditions in their home communities.
IC@N is based on the Project ECHO model for distance learning and consultation developed at the University of New Mexico. Project ECHO creates virtual learning communities by combining the best elements of grand rounds, learning community, and telemedicine consultation, while bringing multidisciplinary experts from multiple locations together simultaneously for brief lectures, case consultation, and case-based learning. The experts provide real time and written recommendations for cases presented. Project ECHO offers physicians and other healthcare professionals opportunities to learn collaboratively, share clinical experience and wisdom, and be part of a community of practice.
IC@N Project ECHO sessions take place on Zoom every Friday from Noon – 1 p.m. EST.
IC@N Project ECHO also offers no-cost continuing medical education credit (American Medical Association Physician Recognition Award Category 1) for physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, as well as no-cost continuing education (1.0 CE) and continuing professional education (1.0 CPE) credits for the healthcare team (Ohio licensed registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, psychologists, counselors, and social workers).
The IC@N Project ECHO is a public service offered by NEOMED. To register or to learn more, visit www.neomed.edu/projectecho.
The Ohio State University Department of Family and Community Medicine – Integrative Medicine Fellowship
The Ohio State University (OSU) Department of Family and Community Medicine is searching for a Fellow in Integrative Medicine to begin in August 2021.
The Integrated Medicine Fellowship is a one-year program designed to train physicians in evidence-based therapies and associated philosophies collectively known as integrative medicine. Our program combines education, clinical mentorship, hands-on training, and practice with faculty who use evidence-based integrative medicine therapies in our clinic and our world-renowned academic medical center. The goal of the program is to provide physicians with a wide range of knowledge and skills needed to be successful practitioners in the field of integrative medicine; as well as future leaders in health care organizations, academic medical centers, government, and industry.
We will facilitate this training through the guidance of the American Board of Integrative Medicine (ABoIM) and with specific training goals, learning objectives, and activities facilitated by our expert faculty across a one-year calendar beginning August 1, 2021.
This fellowship has been approved by ABoIM, the OSU Wexner Medical Center, and the OSU College of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Office. Please contact Mary Jo Welker, MD, FAAFP, or Laurel Colombini for application details or visit our website.